Ingrid Hasker is a professional support lawyer (not admitted to the bar) and has been a professional support lawyer for the Administrative Law department since 2016, where her focus is on knowledge development in the area of general administrative law, oversight, digitisation within the Dutch government and government transparency. Together with several colleagues in the Administrative Law department, she develops newsletters published by Pels Rijcken, such as the Current Affairs Newsletter for regulatory authorities and the Legal Newsflash for Local Authorities and keeps the heavily-visited PG Awb website on local authorities and general administrative law up to date. She also helps prepare various publications that appear in the Netherlands Law Journal (NJB), the Dutch Administrative Law Journal and the Financial Law Journal. Within Ingrid also blogs about administrative law on our Administrative Law Blog.
She studied Dutch law at the University of Amsterdam, specialising in environmental law. With a strong affinity for English, she earned her BA in English at the ITV University of Applied Sciences for Interpreting and Translation. Prior to joining Pels Rijcken, she had various knowledge management positions at other law firms, including Kennedy Van der Laan, and DLA Piper.